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09/21/2018 - 10:26am

BCLUW announced its 2018 homecoming court on Thursday, with five queen candidates and five king candidates. Queen candidates are (from bottom to top) Parker Scurr, Olivia Hughes, Lili Wilson, Lilly Bracy and Grace Purvis. King candidates are (from bottom to top) Coby Willett, Caleb Silver, Jack Garber, Lucas Halverson and Jonny Neff. 

 

The parade and coronation...

09/18/2018 - 5:22pm
When Mark Heimann tells people about his passion, he admits that he gets a few funny looks at first. But you’d be surprised, he adds, how many kindred spirits are out there.             “Most of the time people say, ‘I don’t know anybody else who has that hobby,’...
09/18/2018 - 5:15pm
It’s been a long, strange trip for Jamie Stoner. These days, he’s back in Iowa not far from where it all started, but this time, there’s a twist: he brought a big piece of Hawaii home with him.             Stoner, a Grundy Center native and 1991 GCHS graduate who spent six...
09/18/2018 - 5:11pm
A much discussed proposal to pave a gravel road along the Black Hawk-Grundy county line between Cedar Falls and Dike remains controversial among the board of supervisors here, although those in favor currently hold a 3-2 majority.             Chairman Jim Ross, who represents the southwestern...
09/18/2018 - 5:09pm
The leaders of a trio of important local organizations addressed the Grundy County board of supervisors during Monday morning’s regular meeting.             North Iowa Juvenile Detention Services Director Sam Hudson explained a new service that allows his employees to transport juveniles...
09/18/2018 - 4:58pm
Ahead of a meeting during which the Conrad city council was expected to vote on a proposal to vacate an alleyway just east of the Ritchie Industries plant, company officials announced that they have dropped the request.             City Clerk Lori Stansberry told The Grundy Register that the...
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